Posted by: soscall | 09/04/2013

There were over 80 people who attended our recent EDRMS in the Australian Government Forum and we are happy that the feedback was over-whelmingly positive.

As with our Australian Government Social Media Toolkit that was also highly well received earliar this year, we are always working to ensure that all of our public sector forums are:

1) Relevant (we rely on your feedback to help us in keeping our forums informative, practical and innovative in our topics) 
2) Accessible to all levels of government (most of our forums are only $995 plus gst or less to attend)

Below are upcoming forums directly related for the government, but please visit our website Ark Group Australia to view a complete run down of all of our forums, as we have had 5 new forums released on eLearning, Social Media, Change and Intranets.

Upcoming Government Forums
The Digital Marketing Frontier in Government – New Forum
Internal Communication in the Public Sector
Digital Preservation in the Government Sector
Knowledge Management for the Australian Government
Business Process Management: A Cross-Industry Perspective

The Digital Marketing Frontier in Government
Creating integrated digital marketing campaigns to engage stakeholders in new and innovative ways.
One-day connected forum and two post-forum workshops
4-5 December 2013, The Sebel Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia

Hear practical case study presentations from:
Australian Communications and Media Authority
Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Australian Human Rights Commission
State Library of Queensland
City of Boroondara
Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education
Australian Government Solicitor
Australian Museum
NSW Police Force

At this forum, you will gain insights and learnings to:
* Develop innovative and low-cost marketing strategies
* Understand how to overcome the challenges in government marketing
* Utilise digital and social media effectively to achieve cut-through to customers
* Engage and communicate with stakeholders successfully
* Improve customer service and increase brand recognition
* Incorporate mobile marketing strategies and mobile apps


Employee Engagement, Collaboration & Innovation
Internal Communication in the Public Sector
One-day connected forum with two half day post-forum workshops
6-7 November 2013, Rydges Swanton, Melbourne

Are you effectively engaging or merely informing?
Employee productivity is entirely in your hands

Forum speakers:
Department of Justice Victoria
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation
Taxi Services Commission
The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne
Australian Medical Association (AMA)
Department of Premier and Cabinet
Australia Post
Department of State Development, Business and Innovation


Digital Preservation in the Government Sector
Ensuring the longevity, accessibility and usability of born-digital and digitalised materials
23-24 October 2013 , Rydges Melbourne, Australia

Hear from our expert panel of forum speakers:
Public Records Office Victoria
Department of Family and Community Services
Deakin University
Department of State Department, Business and Innovation
Statistics New Zealand
Herbert Smith Freehills
PBT Group
Document Management Consultancy


Knowledge Management for the Australian Government
10 – 11 October 2013, Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra
One day CASE STUDY led connected forum with two post-forum workshops

These organisations:
AusAID, Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Qld Government; Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), IP Australia, Department of Human Services, Regional Australia Institute,Australian Securities & Investments Commission, Lange Consulting & Software, actKM

Will cover:
• Knowledge Sharing and Reusing – Best practice
• Developing Able Communities of Practice
• Addressing issues of cross institutional, departmental and jurisdiction collaboration
• Securing open-access and interoperability
• Case Study: Knowledge Management & Innovation
• Case Study: Delivering a ‘connected service’
• Case Study: The eExtension initiative
• Case Study: Working across departmental silos
• Case Study: Understanding Regional Australia
• Panel Discussion: Exploring Knowledge Management from a magnifying lens


Business Process Management: A Cross-Industry Perspective
Public Sector – Industry – Academic
Business Process Management 2013
19-20 November 2013, Rydges Swanston, Melbourne
Change Management – Business Architecture – Six-Sigma & Lean – Knowledge Management – Customer Experience – Integrated Enterprise Excellence

Forum Panel:
Australian Bureau of Statistics
BlueScope Steel Limited
Pacific National Rail
National ICT Australia Limited
BT Financial Group
Social Media Navigator
Imre Hegedus Consulting
BPM Link
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Public Sector Australia Linked In


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